Media Release Archive

CILEx Media Release Archive


CILEx media releases for the past two years can be found on these pages. If you require a CILEx media release beyond this period please contact the CILEx Media Office.

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  • Plans announced to restart the housing market
    Restrictions around the purchase, sale, letting or rental of a residential property across England have been relaxed by virtue of The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2020.
  • CILEx appoints Director of Business Development, Marketing and Innovation to spearhead growth
    The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) has brought in new Director of Business Development, Marketing and Innovation Harvinder (Harvey) Sondh to identify and drive new areas of growth.
  • Conveyancing market stakeholders produce industry guidance for firms during Coronavirus crisis
    Today the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives endorsed industry-wide guidance to conveyancing firms advising clients on house moves during the Coronavirus crisis.
  • Guidance for those working in conveyancing
    Representatives from professional and membership bodies involved in the conveyancing process met with the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) yesterday. They recognise the stress that people planning to move house must be facing at this time. The industry stands ready to work with consumers to rearrange move dates playing its part in meeting the public health challenge.
    The offices at CILEx (including the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and CILEx Law School) are now closed to protect the health and wellbeing of our staff and to support the country in its efforts to contain the Covid-19 virus.
  • Changes to assessments and exams
    In order to protect the health of our students, members and staff we have today decided to postpone all upcoming assessments and exams until later this year.
  • Following latest Government advice in respect of COVID 19 outbreak
    Following the latest government advice in respect of the COVID-19 outbreak, CILEx has reviewed its business continuity arrangements in order to ensure we can continue to run our operations largely as normal and to maintain the best possible service to our members and customers, whilst protecting the health of our employees.
  • Government plans will tip justice system over the edge, warns CILEx
    The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) has warned that government’s interim plans for the criminal legal aid system – published this morning – risk the collapse of the justice system.

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